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Eekeemoo - Splinters of the Dark Shard

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Based on 5 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Xbox OneMar 2, 2017
PCMar 14, 2017

Developer: Cogg Games Ltd

Genre: Action

In this awesome third person adventure game you will help Eekeemoo rescue his friends from the clutches of the evil Dark Shard! Your quest will take you deep into the Dark Shards four corrupted splinter worlds. You'll help Eekeemoo solve puzzles, complete tasks, battle monsters, the legions of the undead and hugely terrifying boss monsters! Take heart though! As you find and release each of Eekeemoo's friends (there are 4 unlockable characters with different powers) you will be able use their powers to solve next set of problems.
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Eekeemoo: Splinters of the Dark Shard - Gameplay Trailer (2017 Third Person Adventure)

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Eekeemoo Splinters of the Dark Shard is a game of missed potential. All the workings of an action-adventure game are there, like characters, story, and boss battles, but none of them are fleshed out enough to make the game worthwhile.

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The stories about Eekeemoo have landed to the world of video games in Eekeemoo: Splinters of the Dark Shard that unfortunately it has not been able to attract with the different puzzles that it offers.

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Despite its potential and the love poured into it, Eekeemoo: Splinters of the Dark Shard is a broken mess that I wouldn't recommend to anyone.

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As an action game and platformer, Eekeemoo leaves a lot to be desired. Thankfully, the experience doesn't overstay its welcome and its laid the groundwork to build upon (hopefully) for future installments.

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